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Computers & Technology

Featuring two television programs popular in the 1980's and 1990's: Computer Chronicles and Net Café, this library showcases videos about computing and technology. Collection topics include BBS, the Open Source movement, and Internet governance.

Many of these movies are available for free download.

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collections 79
movies 95,690
audio 6
texts 3
TOPIC
G4TV.com videos 74,636
G4TV.com unpublic video ids 20,442
flvhd 19,318
techtv lost clips 8,909
tweakers 7,476
revision3 3,613
rev3 3,609
Microsoft Research 2,372
Microsoft Research Video Archive 2,372
twit 1,872
Veronica Belmont 1,183
Alex Albrecht 1,034
tech-news-today 1,029
tnt 1,029
Tom Merritt 1,002
tekzilla daily 919
tekzilla daily tip 919
tzdaily 919
Sarah Lane 877
Patrick Norton 870
Jeff Cannata 698
Dan Trachtenberg 690
The Totally Rad Show 690
trs 690
Iyaz Akhtar 653
GeekBeat.TV 599
geekbeattv 599
tekzilla 533
Ben Silverman 528
Briana McIvor 528
EP Daily 528
Jose Sanchez 528
Miri Jedeikin 528
Scott C. Jones 528
Shaun Hatton 528
The Electric Playground 528
Victor Lucas 528
Robert Heron 522
G4 500
dl.tv 500
dltv 500
pcmag 500
Cali Lewis 443
Kevin Rose 428
390
geekbeatreviews 369
Kevin Pereira 325
Attack of the Show 321
aots 321
Brian Brushwood 314
diggnation 307
PopTech 306
PopCasts 305
Leo Laporte 297
Darren Kitchen 285
OpenSecurityTraining.info 269
DL.TV 268
John Pozadzides 240
Justin Robert Young 239
crankygeeks 232
Blair Herter 228
Candace Bailey 226
nsfw 219
Jason Calacanis 218
Shannon Morse 218
TWiST 218
This Week In Startups 218
thisweekin 218
Morgan Webb 208
Andy Walker 197
Adam Sessler 196
Technology 193
Ryan Shrout 191
this-week-in-computer-hardware 190
twich 190
Computer Security 184
sebastian-rupley 184
Jason Howell 166
Cyber Security 160
Sean Carruthers 160
Education 159
Labrats.tv 159
hak5 158
Spain 151
Computer security class 149
Host Security 149
Brazil 147
Mike Elgan 146
X-Play 146
Ryan Connolly 143
Sara Underwood 143
security 137
Training 134
IA32 132
public.resource.org 132
HD Nation 131
hdnation 131
gamesmaster 125
law.gov 125
Classes 123
Intel 123
Multi-day-class 123
Multi-day-training 123
Python 123
x86 123
Computers 122
EuroPython2014 121
Chris Gore 118
Extremadura 118
tri 118
triangulation 118
TechTv 116
G4TechTV 115
PE 112
Computer 110
Intel x86 107
frame-rate 107
robert-heron 105
Security 104
CyberSecurity 98
Reverse Engineering 98
Porto Alegre, Brazil 97
computer 96
patrick-norton 96
Wall Street Journal Video Archive 94
m.wsj.net 94
wsj.net 94
filmriot 92
education 91
Portable Executable 89
debugging 89
California 88
Becky Worley 87
Patrich Norton 87
computers 86
computer security 85
training 85
classes 84
computer security class 84
cyber security 84
host security 84
multi-day-class 84
multi-day-training 84
Erik Lanigan 81
Alison Haislip 79
OpenOffice.org 78
Olivia Munn 77
Steve Gibson 77
ASLR 76
DEP 76
SEH 76
Patrick Nortion 75
EAT 74
IAT 74
IAT hooking 74
PE/COFF 74
WinDbg 74
Windows PE 74
Windows executable 74
binaries 74
binary executable format 74
x86 assembly 74
Sao Paulo 72
Science 72
reverse engineering 72
Free Software And Free Culture 71
PopTech 2010 71
security now 70
Chris Hardwick 68

67
Hak5 Season 10 67
GNU/LinEx 64
Malware 64
Malware Analysis 64
TLS 63
UPX 63
abstract assembly tree 63
abstract syntax tree 63
compiling 63
computer virus 63
concrete syntax tree 63
context free grammars 63
lexing 63
linking 63
packers 63
parse tree 63
parsing 63
tokenizing 63
Lindependence 2008 62
Debugging 60
Disassembly 60
IDA 60
IDA Pro 60
Felton, California 59
Jennifer Chayes 58
PopTech 2011 57
Tamara Pesik 57
bad influence 56
citv 56
Roger Chang 55
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SHOW DETAILS
Title
Date Archived
Creator
Computer Chronicles
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2.9M
VIEWS
by Internet Archive
2.9M
Hosted by Stewart Cheifet, Computer Chronicles was the world's most popular television program on personal technology during the height of the personal computer revolution. It was broadcast for twenty years from 1983 - 2002. The program was seen on more than 300 television stations in the United States and in over 100 countries worldwide, with translations into French, Spanish, Chinese, and Arabic. The series had a weekly television broadcast audience of over two million viewers. The series...
Topic: Moving Images
G4 Video Grabs
74,730
ITEMS
1.8M
VIEWS
1.8M
G4, also known as G4 TV, is an American television network, originally geared primarily toward young male adult viewers, originally based on the world of video games. The channel now has a focus on male-oriented programming, although video games are still represented by the channel. Launched on April 24, 2002, G4 is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, United States, and owned by G4 Media, which is owned by NBCUniversal/Comcast. On April 22, 2013, the network is scheduled to be re-branded...
Net Cafe
123
ITEMS
1.5M
VIEWS
by Internet Archive
1.5M
Net Cafe was the world's most widely distributed television series covering the Internet revolution during the height of the dot com boom. The series was broadcast throughout the United States and in more than one hundred other countries for six years, from 1996 through 2002. It was hosted by Stewart Cheifet, Jane Wither, and Andrew deVries. The weekly program went behind the scenes of the World Wide Web to meet the people and explore the culture of the new "wired" generation. The...
Topic: Moving Images
Net Cafe
826,284
8
1
Like most new communications technologies, sex drove the early days of the Internet. This program looks at the explosion of online sex sites. Featured guests include Danni Ashe, the cover girl for the online sex industry. Sites covered include nervelink.com, danni.com, one-and-only.com, salon.com, and askisadora.com. Hosts are Jane Wither, Andrew deVries, and Stewart Cheifet. Shot on location at the CyberSmith internet cafe in Palo Alto, California. Originally broadcast in 1998. Episode #220.
( 1 reviews )
Topics: sex, porn, erotica, danni ashe, 220
The Digital Tipping Point
1,238
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436,272
VIEWS
by Christian Einfeldt
436,272
Welcome to the The Digital Tipping Point (DTP) collection. The DTP crew describes their project as a Point-of-View (POV) documentary film about the rapidly growing global shift to open source software, and the effects that massive wave of technological change will have on literacy, art, and culture around the world. The DTP crew says their project will be the first feature length documentary about free open source software to be built in an open source fashion out of video submitted to the...
Internet Governance
211
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394,992
VIEWS
by Carl Malamud
394,992
Internet Governance is a complex topic with many nuances. This collection explores the subject by letting people speak for themselves. The collection includes some footage from a UN summit on the subject, some interviews, some speeches, and some hacks. A good place to begin is hack 1, though you can always just browse. This collection is maintained by Carl Malamud, who ran Internet Talk Radio, the first radio station on the Internet. He has served as an incredulous observer and sometimes...
Topic: Internet Governance
Computers & Technology
by Cake Software Foundation, Inc.
373,912
1
0
This screen-cast covers using the debug messages in CakePHP to help you develop your application
Topics: cakephp, debug messages, cakephp screen-cast, php
OpenSecurityTraining.info
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365,875
VIEWS
365,875
In the spirit of OpenCourseWare and the Khan Academy, OpenSecurityTraining.info is dedicated to sharing training material for computer security classes, on any topic, that are at least one day long. All material is licensed with an open license like CreativeCommons, allowing anyone to use the material however they see fit, so long as they share modified works back to the community. We highly encourage people who already know these topic areas to take the provided material and pursue paid and...
Topics: Open Security Training, computer security
Computers & Technology
by Sean Kelly
241,560
0
1
This audio/visual presentation teaches the basics of logging in and adding content to a Plone web site. It's intended to be one of a series of videos assisting first-time users and those considering Plone as a content management solution. The QuickTime version uses the H.264 codec and plays back with either Apple QuickTime (Mac OS X and Windows) or VLC (many platforms). The DivX version plays back with VLC (many platforms). Other players may work as well.
( 1 reviews )
Topics: plone, python, CMS, screencast, screencast, python, content
Internet Governance
by U.S. House and Senate Leadership
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0
0
Congressional officials created this special commercial to introduce their support of nondiscriminatory practices in hosting government video.
Topics: house.gov, senate.gov, public.resource.org
BBS Documentaries
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176,454
VIEWS
by Jason Scott / TEXTFILES.COM
176,454
The BBS Documentary Video Collection is a varied set of video items collected by Jason Scott, curator of TEXTFILES.COM. These are recordings about and from the era of the domination of ASCII and Dial-up Bulletin Board Systems (roughly the 1970s through the 1990s, with examples far before and after that). Over 250 hours of interviews were conducted for a project called "BBS: The Documentary" (website at bbsdocumentary.com). The questions centered around the history of Dial-up BBSes but...
Computer Chronicles
169,700
31
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The Commodore 64 was the first computer for many families. This program looks at what you can do with the famous C-64. Demonstrations include The Wine Steward, Skate or Die, Strike Fleet, the Koala Pad, Master Composer, Tetris, and Berkeley Software's GEOS. Includes a visit to a Commodore Owners Users Group meeting and an interview with Max Toy, president of Commodore. Originally broadcast in 1988. Copyright 1988 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
( 12 reviews )
Topics: commodore, C-64, GEOS
Hampshire Linux User Group
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139,137
VIEWS
139,137
A collection of talks given by the Hampshire Linux User Group. Visit their site at www.hantslug.org.uk for more information.
CLUG Talks
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122,784
VIEWS
by The Cape Linux User Group
122,784
The Cape Linux User Group is a non-profit organization located in the Western Cape, South Africa which aims to promote Linux; Open Source and Free(dom) Software and to create opportunities for interested individuals to share their knowledge with one another.
Topic: Mostly Technical, Open Source Presentations
Tweakers
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111,044
VIEWS
111,044
Tweakers.net (often abbreviated as T.net) is a Dutch website featuring news and information about hardware, software and the Internet. The website was founded in 1998 by Femme Taken, a computer enthusiast, under the name World of Tweaking as a student's hobby project to offer a Dutch alternative to hardware review sites like Tom's Hardware Guide. The verb "tweaking" in the title refers to the process of tweaking the hardware of a computer, as a form of optimisation. Thus, the site's...
Topic: tweakers
Net Cafe
94,682
2
0
The early internet became an instant hit with political organizations and movements that had previously felt shut out of the mainstream press. This program looks at several examples of how the web was being used for political advocacy. Maureen Mason shows us the Institute for Global Communications web site which includes links to PeaceNet, EcoNet, ConflictNet, LaborNet, and WomensNet. Eric Hughes, founder of Cypherpunks, a group working to preserve privacy on the net through encryption,...
Topics: IGC, cypherpunks, encryption, anarchists
Attack of the Show
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76,272
VIEWS
76,272
Attack of the Show! (AOTS) was an American live television program shown weeknights on G4, G4 Canada and Fuel TV in Australia. At the end of its run, the program was hosted by Candace Bailey and Sara Underwood. Attack of the Show! reviewed new technological items, parodies, pop culture, and general daily news, and gives previews of video games, movies, and digital media. On October 26, 2012, G4 announced that the show would be canceled after 2012. on December 19th 2012 the final Live episode...
PopTech
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VIEWS
76,245
PopTech is an extraordinary three-day summit bringing together 550 visionary thinkers in the sciences, technology, business, design, the arts, education, social development, government, and culture to explore the cutting-edge ideas, emerging technologies and new forces of change that are shaping our collective future. Now you can take the energy and inspiration that is PopTech with you anywhere, with these video podcasts. PopCasts let you join the conversation and engage in the extraordinary...
Topics: conference, emerging technology, video podcast
Tech News Today
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75,301
VIEWS
75,301
Tech News Today is the TWIT Network's first daily tech news show. It is hosted by former CNET personality Tom Merritt, Co-Hosted by Sarah Lane and Iyaz Akhtar, and produced by Jason Howell. Starting in June 2012 the show format was changed, opening with The News Fuse daily headlines in order to open up more time for discussion of the top stories.
KansasFest
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59,794
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59,794
An annual Apple II computer convention held every July in Kansas City, Missouri, with presentations, workshops, competitions, and keynotes by the likes of Steve Wozniak, Bob Bishop, Mark Simonsen, and more. http://www.kansasfest.org/
Topics: Apple II, Kansas City
56,315
Videos and presentations, along with supporting materials, from the annual Personal Digital Archiving conferences held at various institutions since 2010.
G4 Video Grabs
by G4TV.com
56,130
0
0
We rundown a list of internet babes that are so perfect in form they could have been created by the gods of Olympus.
Topic: G4TV.com videos
Microsoft Research Video
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54,866
VIEWS
54,866
More than 1,100 brilliant scientists and engineers push the boundaries of computing in multiple research areas and include contributions to Kinect for Xbox 360, work to develop an HIV vaccine, and advancing education techniques in rural communities.
Net Cafe
53,559
14
11
This is the very first episode of the Net Cafe series. It was shot on location at a cybercafe in San Francisco called CoffeeNet. It looks at the hacker culture and their influence on the early growth of the internet. Guests include Dan Farmer, author of SATAN and COPS; Eliaz Levi (aka Aleph 1), webmaster of underground.org and Bugtraq; also "Omega" and "White Knight" from Cult of the Dead Cow. Originally broadcast in 1996.
( 11 reviews )
Topics: CDC, r00t, Def Con
Computer Chronicles
49,908
10
11
A profile on computer pioneer Gary Kildall and the important contributions he made to the PC industry including the true story on how IBM ended up using MS-DOS rather than CP/M. Kildall developed CP/M, the first personal computer operating system. He was also a co-host on the early Computer Chronicles series. Includes comments by Gordon Eubanks, Symantec; Tom Rolander, DRI; Tim Bajarin, Creative Strategies; Lee Lorenzen, DRI; Jacqui Morby, TA Associates; Alan Cooper, CP/M applications...
( 11 reviews )
Topics: Episode year: 2001, Episode year: 1995, Operating systems: CP/M, the first operating system,...
X-Play on G4
146
ITEMS
44,716
VIEWS
44,716
X-Play (previously GameSpot TV and Extended Play) was a TV program about video games, known for its reviews and comedy skits. The program aired on G4 in the United States, G4 Canada in Canada, FUEL TV in Australia, Ego in Israel, GXT in Italy, MTV Россия in Russia and Solar Sports in the Philippines. On October 26, 2012, it was announced that the show (along with Attack of the Show) would cease production after 2012. The show in its final incarnation was hosted by Morgan Webb and Blair...
Computer Chronicles
43,459
14
4
How much computer can you get at the bottom end of the market - comparison between the Commodore Amiga and the Atari 520ST.Guests: Rick Geiger, Commodore; Tim Mott, Electronic Arts; Bryan Kerr, Atari; Jim Tittsler, Atari; Lewis Moore, Home Computing; George Morrow, Morrow Computing; Gary Kildall, Digital Research; Tim Bajarin, Creative StrategiesProducts/Demos: Atari 800, Commodore 64, Amiga IBM PC Emulator, Commodore Amiga, Atari 520, STNEO Paint. Originally broadcast in December 1985....
( 4 reviews )
Topics: Episode Year: 1985, Television Programs, Computers: History, amiga, atari
Net Cafe
43,126
4
1
Peek-a-boo! The Net has become much more than a text-based exchange medium. People are now putting their personal lives on line, with video. Featured sites include homecams.com, braindump.com, anacam.com, crl.com, simplenet.com, concentric.net/~ballhigh/colorcam.html, chatv.com, and vip.stanford.edu. Hosts are Jane Wither, Andrew deVries, and Stewart Cheifet. Shot on location at the CyberSmith internet cafe in Palo Alto, California. Originally broadcast in 1998. Episode #204.
( 1 reviews )
Topics: voyeurism, web cam, anacam, 204
Computer Chronicles
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10
2
Today they're called "mac heads", but way back in the 1980's, Apple users were in love with the Apple II. Despite the introduction of the Mac in 1984, the Apple II continued to have its devoted fans. This program looks at the Apple II culture during the early Mac era. Included are the Apple IIc+, the Apple II-GS, and a rare Apple I. Guests include John Sculley and Gary Kildall. Software demonstrations are of Math Blaster, Paintworks Gold, and Microsoft Bookshelf. Also a look at the...
( 2 reviews )
Topics: apple, macintosh, sculley
Computer Chronicles
40,810
7
2
An introduction to Apple's Hypercard. Guests include Apple Fellow and Hypercard creator Bill Atkinson, Hypercard senior engineer Dan Winkler, author of "The Complete Hypercard Handbook" Danny Goodman, and Robert Stein, Publisher of Voyager Company. Demonstrations include Hypercard 1.0, Complete Car Cost Guide, Focal Point, Laserstacks, and National Galllery of Art. Originally broadcast in 1987. Copyright 1987 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
( 2 reviews )
Topics: hypercard, apple, bill atkinson
( 4 reviews )
Topic: Technology: Computers: History
DL.TV
268
ITEMS
39,411
VIEWS
39,411
DL.TV is for tech fans, by tech fans. It features some of the most timely and honest views about what is going on in tech today!
Computer Chronicles
37,222
13
3
An in-depth look at the early Apple Macintosh computer, available software and hardware add-ons. Originally broadcast in 1985. Guests: Joanna Hoffman, Apple; Bob Foster, Telos Software; Lee Lorenzen, Digital Research; Ben Wiseman, InfoCorp; Gary Kildall, DRI; Larry Tesler, AppleProducts/Demos: Apple Macintosh, MacProject, FileVision, GEM DrawJazz. Copyright 1985 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
( 3 reviews )
Topics: macintosh, apple, jobs
Computer Chronicles
36,855
6
4
An up close and personal profile of Microsoft chairman Bill Gates. Includes comments by John Gage, Sun Microsystems; David Kirkpatrick, Fortune Magazine; Tony Perkins, Red Herring; Mitchell Kertzman, Liberate Technologies; Alex Vieux, Dasar. Originally broadcast in 1998. Copyright 1998 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
( 4 reviews )
Topics: Episode Year: 1998, Television Programs, Computers: History, bill gates, microsoft
CrankyGeeks
232
ITEMS
34,810
VIEWS
34,810
Cranky Geeks was a technology-related Internet show produced by Ziff Davis Media centered on discussion of technology topics of the week. It was hosted by industry pundit John C. Dvorak. Each week three guest panelists, usually selected from a pool of technology journalists and entrepreneurs, joined Dvorak.. The show, formerly produced by TechTV's Annaliza Savage, premiered to viewers of DL.TV on March 15, 2006 and has since received its own website. The show is similar to Dvorak's previous...
Computer Chronicles
34,430
2
1
New computers are coming out with DVD drives built in. Do you need a DVD drive? We'll show you why this new format is great and how you can upgrade your old PC to use this new technology. Originally broadcast in October, 1999. Copyright 1999 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Episode year: 2000, Companies: Sony, Companies: Panasonic, DVD
Revision 3: Tekzilla
533
ITEMS
33,511
VIEWS
33,511
Tekzilla. New episodes: Tuesdays & Thursdays. Tekzilla feeds your tech hunger! Patrick Norton, Robert Heron and Veronica Belmont bring you hands on reviews of the latest gear, tips and tricks that improve the tech you already own and conversations with the most informative experts around.
Computer Chronicles
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3
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Computers are creating an entirely new platform for playing games, between humans or between humans and computers.Guests: Trip Hawkins, Electronic Arts; Bill Budge, Game Designer; Chris Crawford, Atari; Steve Kitchen, ActivisionProducts/Demos: Pinball Construction Set, One on One, Space Shuttle, Excaliber, Larry Bird Basketball. Originally broadcast in September 1984. Copyright 1984 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
( 7 reviews )
Topics: Episode year: 1984, computer games, pinball, space, activation, atari, hawkins, budge
BBS Documentaries
by Jason Scott Sadofsky
31,174
6
1
Interview with John Sheetz for BBS: The Documentary. Conducted on March 22nd, 2003 in New Providence, New Jersey. Discussions center around teletype art and the use of Ham Radio to transfer text-based images. Techniques in creating RTTY art, the process of transferring artwork over Ham Radio, and some occasional copyright issues are all covered. Speculations on the future of the art, as well as what other skills Mr. Sheetz picked up in the medium. Sadly, Mr. Sheetz passed away in January of...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: bbs, documentary, sheetz
Computer Academy
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30,427
Computer Academy from TVOntario.
Computer Chronicles
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For fans of the Commodore Amiga, the introduction of the new Amiga 3000 was big news, even though the price tag was nearly $4,000. This program looked at the new Amiga computer and new third party appplications. Demonstrations include the Amiga 3000, the Amiga 2500, the AmigaVision authoring system, The Animation Studio, and the Video Toaster from NewTek. Also includes a visit to FAUG, the First Amiga Users Group, in Palo Alto. Guests include Paul Montgomery, Tim Jenison, Lou Wallace, and...
( 5 reviews )
Topics: Episode Year: 1988, Television Programs, Computers: History, amiga, commodore, video toaster
Net Cafe
29,118
3
0
The Internet is challenging television for people's attention. But it's also providing a new platform for the TV business. Sites covered include thirdstory.com, a fan site for Xena: Warrior Princess; ultimatetv.com; a site for sci-fi fans at slip.net/takakin0/; kpix.com; and a site exclusively devoted to Star Trek fans who are obsessed with the number "47". Hosts are Jane Wither, Andrew deVries, and Stewart Cheifet. Shot on location at the CyberSmith internet cafe in Palo Alto,...
Topics: television, TV, broadcasting
Computer Chronicles
28,808
0
3
As the computer and the television began to merge, we started seeing intelligent TV sets. This program looks at some examples. Demonstrations include the TVModem from En Technology, the Kayak set top box from HP, MicroWare Systems' DAVID (Digital Audio Video Interactive Decoder), the new cable modem from Intel, and the new MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group) standard for encoding full motion video on a computer. Guests include Avram Miller of Intel and Arthur Orduna of Microware Systems....
( 3 reviews )
Topics: set top box, cable modem, cybercast
G4 Video Grabs
28,410
0
0
Watch as this Italian news reporter strips down to almost nothing. Educational and titillating!
Topic: G4TV.com videos
Computer Chronicles
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8
7
AT&T's computer operating system is threatening to take over IBM's MS-DOS dominance.Guests: John Mashey, Bell Labs; Mark Sobell, Author; Bill Joy, Sun Microsystems; Doug Hartman, Hewlett Packard; Mike Denney, Basis; Gary Kildall, DRIProducts/Demos: File It, HP Integral PC, UNIX
( 7 reviews )
Topic: Episode year: 1985
GamesMaster
125
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27,188
VIEWS
27,188
GamesMaster was a British television show, screened on Channel 4 from 1992 to 1998, and was the first ever UK television show dedicated to computer and video games. GamesMaster began when Jane Hewland, formerly of LWT, who had set up her own production company Hewland International, took an interest in her son's love of video games. She put together a pitch for a show that would translate the excitement of games playing into watchable television. It was Channel 4 that became interested in the...
Life is good when you have lovely ladies in very short skirts hanging around your house. It's even better when they're cleaning the place. These British beauties keep it clean while looking kinda dirty.
Topic: G4TV.com videos
Computer Chronicles
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7
4
A consumer's guide to the most popular low-cost home computers.Guests: Jack Tramiel, Atari; Leonard Tramiel, Atari; Frank Leonardi, Commodore; Gary Kildall, Digital ResearchProducts/Demos: Commodore Laptop, Commodore 128, Commodore Amiga, Atari ST 512
( 4 reviews )
Topic: Episode year: 1985
Computer Chronicles
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6
0
Multimedia was the big deal in the early 90's as software publishers rushed to use the new storage medium for bigger and more interactive programs. This show looks at several new software titles on CD-ROM including Sherlock Holmes from ICOM Simulations, Jazz: A Multimedia History from Compton's New Media, and Battle Chess from MacPlay. Also a look at CD-ROM hardware including the TurboDuo from Turbo Technologies and the Portable CD-ROM Player from Sony and the Desktop Library CD-ROM system....
Topics: sony, compact disk, compact disc, multimedia, optical
The Electric Playground
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25,628
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by Greedy Productions
25,628
EP Daily (formerly The Electric Playground) is a daily news television show that covers movies, TV shows, comic books, collectibles and gadgets. Created and executive produced by host Victor Lucas, and his Vancouver, British Columbia production company Greedy Productions Ltd, EP Daily has been a staple on airwaves since its debut in September 1997. The show features previews of upcoming videogames, videogame industry news, and interviews with celebrity gamers and people in the videogame...
Bad Influence!
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Bad Influence! is an early to mid-1990s British factual television programme broadcast on CITV between 1992 and 1996, and was produced in Leeds by Yorkshire Television (now known as ITV Studios). It looked at video games and computer technology, and was described as a "kid’s Tomorrow's World". It was shown on Thursday afternoons and had a run of four series of between 13 and 15 shows, each of 20 minutes duration. For three of the four series, it had the highest ratings of any CITV...
Computer Chronicles
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7
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An early look at artificial Intelligence. Guests includes Edward Feigenbaum of Stanford University, Nils Nilsson of the AI Center at SRI International, Tom Kehler of Intellegenetics, Herb Lechner of SRI, and John McCarthy of Stanford. Featured demonstrations include Inferential Knowledge Engineering and the programming language LISP. Originally broadcast in 1984.
( 2 reviews )
Topics: artificial intelligence, expert systems, knowledge engineering
The Screen Savers
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The Screen Savers was an American TV show on TechTV. The show launched concurrently with the channel ZDTV (later known as TechTV) on May 11, 1998. The Screen Savers originally centered around computers, new technologies, and their adaptations in the world. However, after it was taken over by G4, the show became more general-interest oriented and focused somewhat less on technology. The final episode of The Screen Savers aired on March 18, 2005. Repeat episodes continued to air until March 25,...
Destructoid (Revision 3)
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Destructoid is the gaming show your mom warned you about. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, the crew behind Destructoid.com will break down the hottest stories of the day with little regard for personal feelings or karmic repercussions. Hosted by Max Scoville and Tara Long, Destructoid is everything you'd expect from the Dtoid team - with slightly more giant killer robot.
Computer Chronicles
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5
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Meet teenage software pirates, computer lawyers and the battle over software ownership.Guests: Mark Pump, Alpha Logic; Smith McKeithen, Activision; Frankie Mouse, Hacker; Neil Smith, Software Publish Assoc; John Draper (Captain Crunch); Gary Kildall, DRIProducts/Demos: Locksmith, Cap'n Software, Easy Writer, MacWare
( 2 reviews )
Topic: Episode year: 1985
Computer Chronicles
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Before there was a Macintosh, the Amiga was the computer for the creative community. This program looks at the Amiga 2000, the Amiga 500, Photon Video Cell Animator, Music X, Video Toaster, and Interceptor. Originally broadcast in 1988.
( 6 reviews )
Topics: amiga, commodore, video toaster
Current Geek Weekly
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Current Geek Weekly was an affiliated podcast not produced by TWiT LLC. It was hosted by Tom Merritt and Scott Johnson. A live recording of the show was broadcast on the TWiT Live network. The show discussed 5-6 geeky and nerdy topics of the week from video games, science and math and lasted about 60 minutes. The show was officially retired on January 17, 2011.
Computer Chronicles
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A first look at the new IBM PS2 computer and its design and interface innovations.Guests: Tony Harris, Digital Research; David Bunnell, PCW Communications; John Dvorak, PC Magazine; Ron Kaufmann, RX Computers; George Morrow, Nestar; Jan Lewis, Palo Alto Research Group; Gary Kildall, Digital ResearchProducts/Demos: DOS 3.3, Gem Desktop Publisher, IBM PS2 Model 50, GEM Draw Plus, FLEX-OS
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Bits and Bytes
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Bits and Bytes was the name for two Canadian television series, starring Billy Van, who teaches people the basics of how to use a computer. The first series debuted in 1983 and the second series, called Bits and Bytes 2, in 1991. The first series also included popular comedian Luba Goy as the instructor to Van. The intro sequence featured a montage of common computer terms such as "ERROR", "LOGO" and "ROM", as well as various snippets of simple computer graphics...
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NYC Camp is an annual 4-day conference for Drupal and Open Source technology held in New York City. Originally inspired by the Foo Camp / Bar Camp un-conference model, NYC Camp now includes scheduled presentations from developers around the globe, code sprints, keynotes and day-long summits on topics such as Higher Education, NPOs, Business, Media, DevOps and Startups.
Topic: Drupal
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Virtual reality started out as a science fiction concept in the early 1950s. Now, VR has become a kind of holy grail - lots of promises and claims, few results delivered. This program looks at the state of virtual reality. Demonstrations include the Talking Glove, AutoDesk's Cyberspace project, the Virtual Hand, GestureGlove, CyberGlove, CyberCAD, Virtus Corporation's WalkThrough. Also a visit to the Virtual Reality Showcase at the Software Development Conference in Santa Clara, California....
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Topics: VRML, cyberspace, VR, , AutoCAD
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Tekzilla Daily Tip, formerly 'Tekzilla Daily', is a daily Videocast made by the cast and crew of Tekzilla, originally starring Patrick Norton and now starring Veronica Belmont with Norton occasionally filling in for Belmont. Episodes are generally 1 minute to 3 minutes long. Tips are usually broken down and include various categories; Windows, Mac OS, Firefox, iTunes and occasionally other.
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It was the biggest ever launch of a software product with stores opening at midnight and buyers around the world waiting to get their hands on... an operating system! It was Windows 95. This show looks at the hoopla surrounding the launch of Windows 95, the product itself, and several Windows 95 add-on products including Microsoft Office, Viking RAM Chips, Uninstaller, Trispectives Professional, and The Hive. Originally broadcast in 1995.
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Topics: windows, microsoft, operating systems
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India is the hot place now for companies to look at for new software development. The trend actually started more than fifteen years ago. This is an early look at the growth of high-tech in India, shot on location in Bangalore, New Delhi, and Bombay. Guests: Mike Shah, Digital Equipment; Vinay Deshpande, PSIAshok Soota, Wipro; Venkat Mohan, Wipro; P. S. Deodhar, Electronic Comm; S. G. Pitroda, Advisor to the PM Arjun Malhotra, Hindustan; Rajendra Pawar, NIIT, Jerry Gaudet, DECS. Balakrishnan,...
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Topics: india, bombay, new delhi, bangalore, outsourcing, software
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A review of competing operating systems and their affect on software development.Guests: Gary Kildall, SRI; Tony Fanning, Hewlett Packard; Jean Yates, Yates Ventures; Bruce Tognizinni, Apple; Herb Lechner, SRIProducts/Demos: CP/MUNIXXenix, MS/DOS, Apple IIe & AppleTalk. Originally broadcast in March 1984. Copyright 1984 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Hak5 isn't your typical tech show. It's hacking in the old-school sense, covering everything from network security, open source and forensics to DIY modding and the homebrew scene. Damn the warranties, it's time to Trust your Technolust.
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A review of current popular programming languages.Guests: Gary Kildall, DRI; Paul Grady, Microfocus; Dave Eisenberg, Apple; Elizabeth Rather, ForthProducts/Demos: COBOLFORTHFORTH Graphics, PASCAL, Apple's Personal COBOL
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More information about this class material is available at OpenSecurityTraining.info Intel processors have been a major force in personal computing for more than 20 years. An understanding of low level computing mechanisms used in Intel chips as taught in this course serves as a foundation upon which to better understand other hardware, as well as many technical specialties such as reverse engineering, compiler design, operating system design, code optimization, and vulnerability exploitation....
Topics: Intel, x86, Intel x86, IA32, training, education, multi-day-class, multi-day-training, classes,...
Diggnation: The Series
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Diggnation is a weekly tech/web culture show based on the top digg.com social bookmarking news stories.
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A look at the new role of personal computers in making music. Products demonstrated include Super Jam from Blue Ribbon Soundworks, Encore for Windows from Passport Designs, EZ Vision and Studio Vision from Opcode Systems, and the Miracle Piano. The show incudes visits to the Stanford Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics and the annual National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) convention is Los Angeles. Originally broadcast in 1992. Copyright 1992 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Bit för Bit (Bit by Bit) was a Swedish TV-series about computers. Six episodes were broadcasted in 1989 as part of the youth segment called Unga Tvåan on Sveriges Television (SVT). It was a mixture of education and entertainment, where each episode had competitions in games and demos, and usually an educational clip and examples of CGI-animation. There was a slightly confused hostess (Gila Bergqvist) and an animated co-host called Orcon. Orcon would slightly change his voice, personality and...
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Google co-founder Sergei Brin and former San Francisco 49er's quarterback Steve Young are featured guests in this episode. Brin talks about the "new" search engine called Google and how it works; Steve Young talks about his life after football which includes being Chairman of the Board of an internet startup called found.com. Also featured is Douglas Boxer, son of California Senator Barbara Boxer. He started a new web site called voter.com. Other sites reviewed include ideadollar.com...
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Topics: google, steve young, sergei brin
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Lab Rats was one of the very first video podcasts on the Internet, launched in October 2005 by technology journalists Sean Carruthers and Andy Walker ). Originally launched as an offshoot of the work Sean and Andy were doing for G4TechTV Canada's Call For Help , Lab Rats has always been designed to harness the power and possibilities available on the Net. That meant not worrying about having to fit a ton of content into the tiny window between TV commercial breaks; instead, the content was...
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Floppy drives, hard drives, and bubble memory.Guests: Al Shugart, Seagate; Frank Sordello, Memorex; Gary Kildall, DRIProducts/Demos: 5 ¼ inch floppy drive, 3 ½ inch floppy drive, RCA CED videodisk, 3680 1.2 GB spindle disk. Originally broadcast in 1984. Copyright 1984 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Magician and scam artist Brian Brushwood teams with sidekick Justin Robert Young for a weekly irreverent fun fest featuring unusual guests, bizarre games, and strange and wonderful tales.